Sara Algotsson was born in 1974 and grew up on the family's sheep and horse farm near Kalmar. From the beginning it was not clear that she would go for eventing but when her sister Linda tried it out, she knew that she wanted to do eventing as well!
With the horse Robin de Bois Sara took her first gold in the Swedish Championship, followed by 3 more with the same horse. In 2004 she qualified to the Athens Olympics, where they finished in 34th place. It took another four years for Sarah to decide to wotk full time with horses. In 2008 she took the horse Wega and moved down to the boyfriend and his stable where he worked and still works at the German national equestrian center DOKR (Deutsches OlympiadeKomitee für Reiterei) to invest wholeheartedly in eventing.
After just a few years she had her international breakthrough. In 2010, the same year as Sara got her daughter Wilma, she won the World Championship for young horses with the 6 year old Reality. She received top rankings in the renowned eventing in Luhmühlen both 2011 and 2012 with Wega. Year 2012, she and Wega also second best in the world in eventing since they took a silver medal in the Olympics in London. In 2015 Sara qualified for the European Championships in Blair Castle Scotland in October, where Sweden's team in eventing and Sara will qualify for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Sara and her husband Frank currently has around 20 horses in their stable in Warendorf that everyone should be trained and educated for the three disciplines of dressage, jumping and terrain. Most of the horses are young horses and aspiring stars, but the stars who transcends all so far is the Olympic horse Wega (born 2001) and Reality39 (born 2004).
Sara constantly thinks about all the details. For her it is important that she feels well prepared for the task and improve the training all the parts involved in eventing. "Both I and the horse should be the peak of fitness and health, and have the best possible conditions to be best when it comes. I am very pleased that the PS of Sweden is a part of this journey. Their halters, bridles and breastplates have improved our ability to pursue and continually improve. Also, the horses look very stylish in PS products."